The Bronze Series features a new Uniform Dispersion Waveguide plus C-CAM Gold Dome Tweeter, updated cabinet designs and more
With a choice of eight models, including Monitor Audio’s first Dolby Atmos-enabled module, the Bronze Series arrives with a five year Warranty and a choice of four finishes: white, Walnut, Urban grey and black.
The models include the Bronze 50, 100 bookshelf models, 200, 500 standmounts, C150 centre speaker, FX rear speaker, W10 sub and an AMS ATMOS speaker.
The speakers sit within a 15mm MDF chassis and feature a 25mm C-CAM gold dome tweeter featuring the company’s new ‘Uniform Dispersion (UD) waveguide’. The unit includes increased bracing strength and driver/baffle de-coupling.
The newly designed C-CAM mid-bass drivers feature updated cone geometries and Damped Concentric Mode (DCM) technology.
Cabinet bracing has also been updated. Braces apparently reduce unwanted vibration through the cabinet walls. Inside, you’ll find the new crossover using bespoke polyester film and electrolytic capacitors, air-core and, says the company, low-loss laminated steel-core inductors.
The dual HiVe II ports reportedly offer better transient response and tighter bass.
At the bottom of the cabinet are steel outriggers with top spinners for use on carpeted (spikes) or hard floors (rubber feet).
Pureflow silver-plated oxygen-free copper internal cabling are connected to gold-plated bi-wire terminals and bespoke grilles.
Prices for each new Bronze speaker are as follows:
- 50 – £260
- 100 – £325
- 200 – £570
- 500 – £770
- C150 – £175
- FX – £300
- AMS Atmos – £300
- W10 – £525
To learn more click monitoraudio.com
Gustavo Anaya30th April 2020 at 3:17 pm
Hi Paul, looking forward to read your review of this series compared to the previous generation.
Thanks for sharing.
Paul Rigby30th April 2020 at 4:02 pm
David1st May 2020 at 11:42 am
Not more bookshelf speakers !!!. When do you think they will get it right. And who buys them all. The world is full of them. Strange that they are always better than the last model. It’s getting worse than the cable industry.😊